Why are some people driven to succeed in business and others are focused on working for others? QI Group co-founder Vijay Eswaran has been active on the motivational speaking circuit and is eager to explain what drives him to do his best every day. In his book, “Two Minutes from the Abyss” Vijay Eswaran explains the 11 pillars of life management that he believes are about much more than just making as much money as possible over the course of his life.
The approach to life of Vijay Eswaran is rooted in the fact he believes nobody is guaranteed to be on Earth tomorrow and we should not put off for another day the most important tasks of the day. In fact, whether it is in the sense of our own mortality or the problems of an economic crash can leave us facing financial ruin.
For Vijay Eswaran, the most important aspect of his work is to teach those around the world who are not focused on achieving their best how this can be done. After the success of his first book, “In the Sphere of Silence,” Eswaran has followed this up with a focus on how we should be focusing on building relationships and becoming better people who live in the present.
At the QI Group, the focus is always about building relationships in the area of the world where the company is based and helping others each day. The establishment of the RYTHM Foundation from QI has made a major impact around the world as the company continues its dedication to giving back. Employees at the QI Group are always given the opportunity to take part in charitable activities with the company providing backing for the plans of many employees.
The QI Group and Vijay Eswaran consistently discuss how important it is for the company to become ever more sustainable in the future with the majority of companies employees helping build sustainable communities. By helping communities move to more sustainable activities the communities the QI Group is working with will develop their success as more powerful groups in the future.